Review Master of Sin (Gods of Vegas, Book 1), by Sienna Snow

Persephone “Penny” Sapphire Kipos is a young woman with secrets. She is an executive at the family business Kipos International, but she is also a woman who runs her own business as well, but not too many people know she is the person behind the popular whiskey of PSK Distilleries. While she wants to keep Kipos International going, it is not her passion. She is a resourceful woman who is stronger than she lets on, and only a small handful of people know that she is attracted to a man that she grew up with but has been forbidden to associate with, Hagen Lykaios.

Hagan Lykaios is a dark man who has a past but is a powerful business man. He is obsessed with Sapphire, his name for her. He has been for years, but he feels that he is not good enough for her and that he should stay away from her, but he can’t. Hagan wants Sapphire and he wants to corrupt her, little does he know that she is not as innocent as he thinks she is. She is innocent in some ways, but her secrets show that she is more than a beautiful business woman. She is also very smart and resourceful.

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I loved this story. It has a wonderful group of characters and the heroine is a sexy, smart, beautiful, rich woman who knows how to take care of herself, and hates to have someone take care of her. She also has a hard time giving that job to anyone other than her group of women that she travels with. Hagan is a sexy, alpha who believes that he is better off alone, but he learns that once he has had Penny he can’t let her go. The chemistry between these two is off the charts hot and so sexy.

I give this story a 5-star review and recommend it to readers who like to read about sexy business women who know how to make a man kneel at their feet and be their everything. I look forward to more about the Lykaios brothers and Penny’s brother Adrian. I have a feeling these men are going to fall hard, just like Hagan did.

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